New York and Los Angeles have unparalleled luxury home and real estate markets that are taken to the next level with its celebrity-saturated clientele. From Janet Jackson’s NYC gem to President John F. Kennedy’s desert escape, we have an inside look at six celebrity homes.
Of course one of pop music’s most legendary artists has legendary views of New York City. The April listing of Janet Jackson’s 3-bedroom, 3.5 bathroom revealed sprawling, picturesque glimpses of Central Park and the city skyline. What’s more, the modern, luxuriously comfortable space makes for the perfect home for any glamorous, but welcoming buyer. See more.
Sold this spring, the iconic actress’ coastal home imbues beachside coolness and retreat-like tranquility. Each room features mid-century design and breathtaking panoramic views of the glistening Pacific Ocean. See more.
Especially with the release of Hulu’s Pam & Tommy, everyone wanted any inside scoop on the Lee family. Take their sons’ Malibu property. The now-sold home is tucked away in the idyllic L.A. beach town and offers an atypically large backyard and a modern design. See more.
Nestled near the Sunset Strip, the property best known as Liberace’s Secret townhouse embodies Old Hollywood through ‘30s era features like the warm walnut floors and marble fireplace. It was once owned by MGM Studios, which used it to host stars like the aforementioned Liberace, Frank Sinatra, Ava Gardner and more. What’s more, the townhouse boasts the largest private rooftop terrace in West Hollywood. See more.
Long before the festival reign, Coachella Valley was home to Bing Crosby. The house embraces the desert with its all-glass walls that open up to the pool, patios, outdoor kitchen and mountain views. It also happened to be a frequent spot for President John F. Kennedy— so much so that Crosby dedicated an entire wing to him. The former President visited often to enjoy the warm weather and play golf and when the sun set, he could return to his two-bedroom casita. See more.
The powerhouse singer-songwriter may not have actually lived in this Quebec home, but it has nevertheless been enshrined in her renowned career. Adele kicked off 30 with the release of “Easy on Me” and followed up with a gorgeous music video that featured the Sutton estate. NAmed “Vineyard of the St-Agnes Chapel,” the European-style resort compound is made of six buildings, including a castle, across its 173 acres. See more.
Photography by: Getty Images/ Mike Marsland; Courtesy of Spacey; AERIAL CANVAS FOR SOTHEBY’S INTERNATIONAL REALTY; SIMON BERLYN; ANTHONY BARCELO; KRISTOFER MAGENHEIM; YouTube Video